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Perspectives on the 2011 Boulder Election

Perspectives on the 2011 Boulder Election

Election night 2011 was full of surprises.  The fact that some of the outcomes were surprising suggests many factors influenced voter behavior, and without detailed post-election polling, explanations have been at best speculative and at worst [...]

Xcel Pumps Another $250,000 Into Anti-2B/2C Campaign

Xcel Pumps Another $250,000 Into Anti-2B/2C Campaign

With just a few days left before ballots are due, there is no sign of Xcel letting up in its campaign to defeat Boulder's municipalization efforts. According to campaign finance reports filed today, Xcel Energy contributed an additional $250,000 to [...]

A Response to Xcel’s Latest False Statements about Ballot Issues 2B & 2C

A Response to Xcel’s Latest False Statements about Ballot Issues 2B & 2C

Expensive mailers funded by Xcel are now raining on Boulder as though money is no object—and money is no object to Xcel. We all need to stand in awe at the huge profit that Xcel takes out of Boulder. It is the fight to keep that profit that is [...]

The Help

The Help

The canvassers are here.   As promised by Craigslist, two friendly fellows are going door-to-door in my neighborhood, leaving the Boulder Smart Energy Coalition's (BSEC) big flier. According to Canvasser Kevin, they work for Rocky Mountain [...]